For years now people have always complained about how Apple forces its users to upgrade to new devices every one or two years because they will end the product support after certain period of time, but looks like that is about to change. The latest reports are saying that Apple is looking on improving the quality for its next generation mobile operating system, iOS 9, and might bring back support for older devices.
BlackBerry has announced a round of layoffs from its mobile division as the company seeks to further consolidate its business. The company has not revealed how many people will be affected by this decision, but instead chose to say that it would affect number of employees from around the world.
Google has revealed the schedule for its Google I/O conference later this month, and it looks like the internet giant is preparing to take the lid off the next version of its mobile operating system, Android M. There are a few other announcements set to be made at the 2.5 hour long keynote, and this includes something about a new wearable from Google’s Advanced Technologies And Projects group.
Cyanogen’s Kirt McMaster and Steve Kondik have officially confirmed that it is no longer in partnership with OnePlus. Both of them believe that the Chinese company’s goals are no longer in line with Cyanogen’s, and it is currently looking for another manufacturer who can “scale much quicker” than OnePlus.
Elephone will reportedly release a smartphone that can dual-boot Windows 10 and Android 5.0. The unnamed device was teased at the recent Global Source Mobile Electronics Fair in Hong Kong, and now, the company has reached out to Neowin to confirm the device’s hardware specifications as well as a launch date.
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A Japanese woman found out that her boyfriend was cheating on her, and decided to soak his entire Apple device collection in the bath tub of his house. However, the boyfriend appears to have a sense of humour as he promptly uploaded the pictures to social media to be shared with the world.